2 and 2a)
BE SURE to wear protective work gloves while handling a saw
blade.The blade can injure unprotected
A 7 1/4-inch blade is the maximum blade capacity of your saw, A
larger than 71/4-inch blade will come in contact with the blade guards. Also, NEVER
use a blade that is so thick that it prevents the outer blade washer from engaging
with the flat side of the spindle,, Blades that are too large or too thick can result in
an accident causing serious injury.
6. Completely remove the spindle clamping screw "A" and the outer "D" washer
(see Fig, 2a),
7,. The remaining washer is the inner bushing washer that fits around the spindle
shaft and it does not need to be removed,
8,, Put a drop of oil onto the inner bushing washer and outer "D" washer where
they will touch the blade.
9. Raise lower blade guard using the blade guard lever and hold it in the raised
position for the next step.
10, Place the saw blade inside the lower blade guard, onto the spindle shaft
and against the inner bushing.
NOTE: The teeth of the blade should point upward at the front of the saw as
shown in (Fig. 2a),
11,. Replace the "D" washer,
12. Firmly hold down spindle lock button as you replace the spindle screw and
hand tighten it in a clockwise direction, Then use blade wrench to tighten
the spindle clamping screw thoroughly,
NOTE: NEVER use a blade that is too thick to allow the"D"washer
with the flat side of the spindle.
2 and 2a)
1, Unplug the saw,
2, Follow steps 2, through 6, of "INSTALLING THE BLADE" and
remove the blade (see Fig. 2a).